Enhance your VW Tiguan R by adding the ARMYTRIX Stainless Steel Exhaust System. This system will increase power, reduce weight, and improve sound. This precision-made performance system delivers more power, especially in the low and mid rev range, the effect on the sound is significant, adding a deep resonant sporty sound, but at the same time neutralizes the annoying frequencies in the most critical rpm range. ARMYTRIX exhaust systems differ from other brand's exhaust systems with their unique "Throttle Pedal Sensor and Engine RPM Signal Auto Functions". Through this system ARMYTRIX offers car owners a better launch-start without losing backpressure by automatically closing the valves at low rpm. When your car is driving at high speeds, the valves will automatically open to increase air flow for better performance (hp & torque gained) and sound. Car owners can set their own timing for valves to automatically open and close by engine rpm and how deep they press the gas pedal. It's a new innovative system that brings your car to a different level. With the ARMYTRIX you are not getting just an exhaust system, you are getting a driving system unlike any you have experienced before. When car owners turn on the race mode (valves opened), the gas goes through the section of straight pipes. This is where you get the incredible race sound and performance gain. In full throttle and it's straight pipe all the way, which means you will be expecting the LOUDEST sound performance you'll ever hear!
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Armytrix is a relatively young exhaust company, made popular by their Valvetronic technology. They weren’t the first to offer valved exhaust systems, but they were one of the first companies to offer affordable valved exhaust systems.
Combining the knowledge of German and Japanese engineers, Armytrix develops high-end exhaust systems without high-end pricing. By using high-grade titanium and T304 stainless materials, their exhaust systems offer superb build quality at an approachable price.
There are lots of aftermarket companies who offer exhaust systems, so why should you choose Armytrix? As stated above, their use of high-quality materials combined with top-notch engineering allows them to build exceptional exhaust systems. From BMW, Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren, Mercedes, Honda, Nissan, Porsche, Volkswagen, and more, Armytrix exhaust systems are designed to make power and sound awesome.
The main reason for installing an aftermarket exhaust is to increase performance. By reducing exhaust restrictions and improving flow, your engine can create more power. By increasing the exhaust diameter compared to stock and optimizing the path of the exhaust, Armytrix exhaust systems offer a big increase in performance. On top of the power gains, the high-quality material Armytrix also reduce weight!
Aside from performance gains, sound is the other benefit of an aftermarket exhaust system. Material, muffler shape and size, piping size, and many other factors determine how an exhaust system sounds. Armytrix builds their exhaust systems around their Valvetronic system, providing an epic sound with the valves open and a relatively quiet sound with the valved closed.
As we mentioned, Armytrix’s Valvetronic system is one of the defining features that separates them from other aftermarket exhaust companies. This system works by using an integrated valve to direct exhaust gases either through a muffler or around it.
The Valvetronic system allows you to switch between being quiet and being loud with the push of a button via the included remote or through the smartphone application; this works by tapping into a vacuum source on your engine and connecting it to the control module. When you press the button on the remote or smartphone application, you are communicating with the OBDII module via Bluetooth. The OBDII module tells the exhaust valve module to allow the engine vacuum to open or close the exhaust valve.
You can also set the exhaust valve module to an automatic mode which will open/close the exhaust valve based on predetermined RPM range or throttle position.